Hmm, here is a lost post from the summer. It somehow fell on the digital scrap heap.
I am going to put it up because it reminds me of all the long-gone sunny days, and of little Peanut who lives in Sequim now and of Zilla who went to Vashon. Also it reminds me of one of the little brats next door, who came and stood at the fence calling for Peanut for three days in a row after Peanut had moved to his new home.
I guess he didn't believe the farmer when the farmer told him Peanut was gone.
Now the brats next door (BND) hang around all the time watching us.
One of them comes over at 5 every afternoon in hopes that he will be able to feed Peanut his bottle. Then when the farmer isn't watching he likes to feed Annabel and Ruby and Lucy and Joy from the bottle, too, even though they are practically college age and were weaned a long time ago.
They never mention this to him, though, they just slurp from the bottle every chance they get while he laughs and laughs.
The farmer says, "you're not feeding those big babies, are you? They're not supposed to drink milk," and he says "oh, no."
Shouldn't those BNDs be inside playing video games or something? Since when do little kids play outside?
Sunday, November 18, 2007
The frozen gentlemen have arrived, each in a little tube from the 20th century. All of them are handsome, exceedingly well-bred, and dead as doornails.
Their names are as fancy as their pedigrees.
First, the four gentlemen of LaMancha:
Rockspring DB Dahlia Doubletake
Haute Caprine Pulsar
Little-Orchard P Golden Ace
Rockspring DM Vermil Vincent
and last but by no means least, the Toggenburg Titan himself, Sunkissed Razz Azari(son of 2x national champion SGCH Sunkissed Madame Razz, LA 93).
Penrose will be introduced to Azari when the time is right. But the question is, who should little orphan Betsy try to thaw out? Perhaps Mr. Doubletake?
The farmer does not know how to revive the frozen gentlemen, but the farmer's neighbor is an expert on introducing ladies to frozen gentleman, so she will do the honors, and we shall see if any more little time travelers arrive in the spring.